10up wrote:if you have around 2mb of RAM and a dual core processor over 2.2GHz you can run most emulators pre-Original Playstation. Nintendo, Sega, SuperNES, N64, Sega Saturn, NeoGeo..
10up wrote:I actually just modded an old original xbox my friend bought at a thrift store for 10 bucks. put every emulator possible on it, hooked up an FTP to the box so you could put games on it. It's freaking cool for 10 bucks. Mario Kart 64, Toejam & Earl, Echo, Super Mario World,.... this list could go on forever.
Aaron I got an xbox 360, 20gb HD, wireless rechargeable controller and a 6 month warranty for $60 at the pawn store. Dude even said to bring it in after the new year if I have problems with it and they'll have a ton of newer ones.
Problem is then I had to buy a year farking gold membership: -50, and Halo 4 -60. Stuck for $175 at the end...
grodney wrote:I'm sure this is simple but I'm effing stupid. And drunk. So help me out.
I have a Windows laptop.
I rip a bunch of CDs onto it.
I get an iPad (god help me).
I install itunes on my laptop (help me more).
I connect the ipad to my laptop.
I sync a couple CDs to the iPad. (so far so good).
My daughter gets a new CD.
I rip it to my laptop.
I connect the iPad to my laptop.
itunes fires up on its own.
itunes apparently doesn't see the new songs I just ripped to the laptop.
I can't figure out how to get itunes to re-index the songs.
I break several things in my home.
I get on iowadg to see what the hell.
Anybody got a clue how to get itunes to recognize the songs I just ripped?
gretagun wrote:Sounds like you have a workaround, but this might help:
If you are ripping with Media Player, my guess is you still need to add the mp3s to the iTunes library. You should be able to just go to the folder where your mp3s are (probably My Music), select them and drag them into iTunes so they are added to the library. They should now show up in iTunes, and you should be able to transfer them to the ipad.
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